As part of its mission to consistently give back to the local community, Moores has recently donated a brand-new kitchen to an essential charity supporting vulnerable people in West Yorkshire.
West Yorkshire Destitute Asylum Network (WYDAN), provides safe and welcoming accommodation to homeless refugees throughout the year. The new kitchen has been installed at one of the facilities, which houses up to 10 people. It includes a spacious lounge, kitchen and dining area and 10 bedrooms with a separate volunteers' bedroom.
Ted Britton, chair of trustees at WYDAN, said: “The units supplied were fitted and in use ready for the opening of the Night Shelter at the beginning October. They’re perfect for our needs, better than we could have imagined and we’re very grateful.”
David Lambert, sales director at Moores added: “We jumped at the opportunity to donate a kitchen to WYDAN. We know how important housing charities like this one are, especially in the winter months, so we feel very proud to be directly making a difference to the lives of people in the area who need somewhere safe and secure to stay.”